We all try our best to cherish the small moments in our lives, and they become even more worthy when we are the source of someone’s happiness.
When we say the word cheer to someone, we give them good wishes and confidence to be the person they deserve by encouraging them. But What if we have to say Cheers in Urdu? You can always learn to say Cheers in Urdu, but first, you have to understand some basic concepts and words of the Urdu language.
Urdu is the national language of Pakistan, and more than a hundred million people speak this language, mainly in Pakistan and India. If you want to learn about this historical language, you can use the Ling app, and this application will help you learn Urdu and different languages around the globe.
Cheers In Urdu
The word cheers are often used to wish everyone good health and happiness ahead. In other languages, it is often said while clinking two glasses of wine. In the Urdu language, this word is said without drinking wine. But Why? The answer to this question is straightforward.
Being a national language of Pakistan, it is being spoken by Pakistanis. The majority of Pakistanis are Muslims, and Muslims don’t take alcohol. It is prohibited in Islam and is considered “Haram,” meaning forbidden. They don’t drink anything that might have a small amount of alcohol in it. Here the question arises, how do we say cheers in Urdu? In Urdu, cheers (شاباش ) has several meanings. Following are some English words and their Urdu cheers meaning that can be used as cheers according to the situation.
|Cheers||خوش ہو, شاباش||Khush raho, Sha baash|
|Cheerfulness||خوش مزاجی||Khush mizaji|
|To cheer up||حوصلہ افزائی کرنا||Hosla afzai karna|
|The quality of dispelling gloom||اداسی دور||Udasi door|
Synonyms Of Cheers And Their Urdu Meanings
Cheers can be used to give a shout-out to someone or to encourage them. It is the quality of being cheerful. Following are some common and similar words of cheer with their Urdu meaning.
|inspire||حوصلہ افزائی||Hosla Afzai|
|brighten||روشن کرنا||Roshan karna|
|enliven||زندہ کرنا||Zinda karna|
Some Quotes And Messages To Cheer Up Someone
You have learned a lot about cheers and their meanings in the Urdu language. What if you want to excite someone up or encourage them to make their day better in Urdu? Following are some quotes and their translation into the Urdu language.
|Cheer up! Storms don’t last forever.||خوش رہو! طوفان ہمیشہ کے لیے نہیں رہتے۔||Khush raho! Toofan hamesha ke liye nahi rehte|
|If you stumble, make it part of the dance.||اگر آپ ٹھوکر کھاتے ہیں تو اسے رقص کا حصہ بنائیں۔||Agar app thokar khate hain to ise raks ka hissa bana lein|
|Cheer up it is just a bad day, not a bad life.||خوش رہو یہ صرف ایک برا دن ہے ، بری زندگی نہیں۔||Khush raho ye sirf aik bura din hai buri zindagi nahi|
|Don’t count the years; count all the cheers.||سال شمار نہ کریں تمام خوشیوں کو شمار کریں||Saal shumar na krein tamam khusion ko shumar krein|
|The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer somebody else up.||اپنے آپ کو خوش کرنے کا بہترین طریقہ کسی اور کو خوش کرنے کی کوشش کرنا ہے۔||Apne app ko khush karne ka behtareen tareeka kisi or ko khush karna hai|
Phrases And Sentences Related To Word Cheers
Let’s take some sentences and phrases to understand better the word cheers and how it is used in Urdu.
|Cheer up; it’s not the end of the world.||خوش رہو؛ یہ دنیا کا خاتمہ نہیں ہے۔||Khush raho; ye dunya ka khatma nahi hai|
|Don’t worry, be happy.||فکر مت کرو ، خوش رہو۔||Fikar mat karo, khush raho|
|The crowd erupted in cheers and applause.||ہجوم خوشی اور تالیوں سے گونج اٹھا۔||Hajoom Khushi or talion se goonj utha|
|This declaration was received by the Chamber with loud cheers.||اس اعلان کو چیمبر نے بلند آواز سے پذیرائی دی۔||Is Elan ko chamber ne buland awaz mein pazerai de|
How To Say Cheers In Different Languages?
It will be exciting if you know how to say cheers in more than one language. You can read the following table to pronounce cheers in other languages.
|Arabic||في صحتك||fi sihatik|
|Russian||ваше здоровье||vashe zdorov’ye|
Learn Urdu Through Ling app
I hope you get a better understanding of the word cheers in Urdu. To explore more about this historical language, you can read our blogs on “Basic Urdu words and phrases” and “Urdu greetings.” Moreover, if you want to learn Urdu deeply, you can use the Ling app developed by Simya solutions. From mini-games and quizzes to chatbots, it has everything that will quickly help you learn your target language. You can learn not only Urdu but different other languages rapidly. Visit our Ling app today and get a tighter grip on your second language!